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Democracy

Democracy

  

by Langston Hughes

Democracy: Name That Theme Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Democracy? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Not needing freedom "when I'm dead" best works with the theme of


freedom and confinement
mortality
society and class
time
Q. Resisting "compromise and fear" when talking about democracy best works with the theme of


repression
courage
versions of reality
masculinity
Q. Having rights like "the other fellow" works with the theme of


society and class
versions of reality
truth
transformation
Q. Imagining freedom as a "strong seed" evokes the poem's theme of


man and nature
courage
nature
femininity
Q. "Tomorrow is another day" is an idiom that the speaker uses to help express the poem's theme of


perseverance
mortality
suffering
society and class
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